who we are
Safety in Motion (SIM) Flight Center’s unique approach includes a combination of traditional classroom/aircraft training with a Full Motion Flight Simulator to prepare future pilots with the advanced skills necessary to fly in the most demanding situations and environments.
Using the Redbird FMX – a brand new, cutting edge, full motion flight simulator, pilots can practice flying in practically any location in the world and in all weather conditions and situations difficult to reproduce in an actual aircraft.
Our mission is to specialize in helping pilots learn the avionics and complex systems in their current aircraft or experience what it may be like to fly in their future aircraft.
As we continue to grow as a business, we plan to work with the flying community to offer services and training that is beneficial to our valued customers. It is important that we keep our high standards of training and fill the need of our customers and future aviators.
In July 2010, Safety In Motion Flight Center officially opened for business to bring quality and experienced flight training to the Pacific Northwest.
Safety In Motion acquired the Fuel Concession on Pierce County Airport, “Thun Field”. It also moved it’s offices and Redbird FMX into the Spencer Aircraft Building, making Safety In Motion a complete Flight Center with a Pilot Lounge and other amenities.
Safety In Motion added several new aircraft to its growing fleet, received FAA initial approval as a Part 141 Flight School with ratings for Private Pilot Certification, Instrument Rating, and Commercial Pilot Certification courses. Additionally, mechanics were hired to provide responsive on-site fleet maintenance to minimize any training downtime and improve the consistency of scheduled maintenance.
Safety In Motion has been certified an official CATS testing Center with the ability to offer Computer Assisted Testing for FAA and FCC exams in a clean, comfortable environment. Additionally, a Cessna 150 is added to the fleet to provide a economical means for flight training and allow provide renters with a cost-effective aircraft for building flight time.
Safety in Motion starts offering aviation maintenance services to the public, has it’s FAA Part 141 Flight Certificate renewed and adds courses for both Flight Instructor and Instrument Flight Instructor. Additionally, on-staff FAA Safety Team Counselors offer aviation safety courses on various topics. Testing center expands to include non-FAA testing through COMIRA.
Aviation History Mark Scott grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he learned to fly. After...
Aviation History Jared caught the aviation bug at a young age which could not be...
Aviation History Kendall Went to Central Washington University and got a bachelor’s in Flight Technology....
Aviation History Shawn was introduced to flying in the mid ’70s by his father who...
Aviation History Lesli has 10 years of experience as a pilot in the Pacific Northwest....
Aviation History Gene Endsley learned to fly in 1952 at Port Orchard Airport near Bremerton....